Written by: Chris Mason
A lot has changed over the past year in terms of construction costs and market sales data. If you are a property owner or tenant, you should consider having your property’s assessment reviewed by a property tax and valuation professional.
In Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada, there are two assessing authorities:
Municipal Assessment Agency Inc. (MAA) – develops and regulates the assessments of all properties that are located outside the city of St. John’s.
St. John’s Assessment – develops and regulates the assessments of all properties that are located inside the city of St. John’s.
Both assessing authorities will begin issuing 2023 assessment notices for all properties this year on the following dates:
MAA will release notices on June 1, 2022, with an appeal deadline of July 31, 2022
- The current assessment cycle is a one-year cycle that includes the taxation year 2023
- The valuation date is as of January 1, 2022
St. John’s will release notices in June 2022, with an appeal deadline of 60 days from the date on the notice
- The current assessment cycle is a two-year cycle that includes taxation years 2022 and 2023
- The valuation date is as of January 1, 2020
For more information about the Newfoundland & Labrador assessment cycle and appeal process, contact our tax experts to discuss your specific circumstances.